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In the wake of Pakistan's devastating floods, a refugee crisis swells.
Small, independent schools growing in popularity among women
Baluchistan, purported home of the Pakistani Taliban, offers much more than a wide open road.
In Karachi, the men might buy the art, but it's women — many single and young — who control the market.
Pakistan, intended as a place for India's Muslims after partition, makes its Christians and Hindus feel welcome, too.